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Planning commission seeks more knowledge

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Planning commission seeks more knowledge

Tooele City Planning Commission members are taking a proactive approach to increase their knowledge of city processes by having monthly talks with city staff. At a February planning commission meeting, the commission discussed having short training sessions...

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Silcox left positive mark on THS, Tooele City

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Silcox left positive mark on THS, Tooele City

Larry Silcox, a longtime Tooele High School teacher, coach and former Tooele City Councilman, passed away last week — but not without leaving a positive mark on THS and Tooele City. Silcox died of respiratory complications on...

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Man who started scholarship for school has lots of cans to count

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Man who started scholarship for school has lots of cans to count

Kyle Cooper has a lot of aluminum cans to count. Try like 50,000 of them. The Tooele resident has spent the last four months gathering thousands of aluminum cans to help pay for his college tuition. Cooper,...

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Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Radar signs installed at Lake Point

Utah Department of Transportation workers installed driver feedback signs on SR-36 in Lake Point Tuesday as a way to increase safety and decrease speeds. The driver feedback signs automatically radar motorists as they drive by and flash...

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Thursday, April 25th, 2013

New CEO takes over top post at Mountain West

A new chief executive officer took over the helm at Mountain West Medical Center Monday and one of his top goals is to recruit more physicians to the community. Phil Eaton, 53, took over the position from...

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Thursday, April 25th, 2013

‘Get out and be with friends’ at Saturday’s Healthy Woman Event

Women of Tooele County are invited to spend Saturday celebrating and caring for themselves at the eighth annual Mountain West Medical Center Healthy Woman Event. The event will be held at Tooele High School, 301 W. Vine...

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Thursday, April 25th, 2013

BLM starts prescribed burn on public lands near railroad tracks

A prescribed burn in western Tooele County has been started by the Bureau of Land Management and will extend into next week. The burn, which began Wednesday by BLM West Desert District fire personnel, is being conducted...

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Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

New Tooele resident hopes to launch ‘Old West’ reenactment group that focuses on storytelling

For many, “The Old West” is just the name of a rough-and-tumble time period that disappeared long ago as civilization improved. But for Jim Hunter, the Old West is still very much alive. The Tooele man started...

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Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

Quit-smoking classes open to more students

When Leah Akridge got pregnant with her second child, she realized it was time to quit smoking for good. She knew it would be a good change for her, and for her two sons as well. “I...

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Thursday, April 18th, 2013

Saturday Earth Day Cookie Concert to raise funds for service projects

A local girl scout troop will host an Earth Day related event this weekend to raise money for future service projects. Lake Point resident Rosie Maloney, co-leader of the 42-member Stansbury Park Girl Scout Troop 46, said...

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